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Only 1 in 5 Students Obtain All Learning Materials Legally

A new study on student piracy makes a convincing case for open educational resources in higher education.

LiveText Launches New Platform for Academic and Self Discovery

LiveText has added a new e-portfolio platform, Via, to its array of learning and assessment technologies.

U Kansas Adopts Streaming IPTV Service

The University of Kansas has implemented streaming IPTV service for students, faculty and staff.

U Michigan Designs Data-Centric Supercomputer

Researchers at the University of Michigan, in collaboration with IBM, have designed a high-performance computing cluster with the goal of advancing predictive modeling in computational science.



Film Students To Compete in Virtual Reality Production Contest

Students from NYU and the Rhode Island School of Design will use 360-degree video cameras to create virtual reality films for the competition.

Columbia U's Teachers College Revamps Network to Support 21st Century Learning

Teachers College, Columbia University's Graduate School of Education, Health and Psychology, is upgrading its network infrastructure with a range of wired and wireless products from Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Aruba.

Indiana University Moves Digital Assets to the Cloud

The multi-campus university has selected Widen Media Collective to provide it with a cloud-based digital asset management system for its branded digital assets.

New Model Lets Students Rent Textbooks on Pay-as-You-Go Basis

College students can rent digital textbooks from iFlipd for as little as a week at a time.

Stanford Unveils New, Updated Online Courses in Computer Security

Stanford University has enhanced its online certificate program in advanced computer security, adding a new course in network security and updating its course in emerging threats and defenses.

Half of MOOC Users in Developing Countries Get Certificates

A new study by researchers at the University of Washington has found that the use of massive open online courses is much different in emerging countries than in the United States and, in some ways, more in line with what MOOC's original proponents had in mind.

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